City of Canberra Squadron website

A new website for City of Canberra Squadron is online and can be viewed here.

 

Canberra was the host city for the 2006 Australian Air League Review and City of Canberra Squadron meet at the Canberra Aero Club, on Canberra Airport.

New Squadron opens in South Australia

2007 has started well in South Australia with the launch of another new squadron at Port Adelaide. While it is still early days the squadron is developing well and currently the Officers of Parafield, Munno Para and SA Wing are assisting to get the Squadron going. The new squadron is housed at the South Australian Aviation Museum which is a fantastic facility which is certain to fuel the passion and dreams of future aviators. The Museum features the only fully restored Royal Australian Air Force Spifire in Australia and many other unique aircraft from yester year. For more information on the Museum got to http://www.saam.org.au/

The realtionship between the AAL and the Museum is strong and the future is looking bright for Port Adelaide Squadron.

Thankyou to all the Officers and Cadets of both Munno Para and Parafield Squadron for their help in promoting the opening of Port Adelaide Squadron.

Boeing Family Day

On Sunday 4th March 2007, the Victoria Education Commissioner, two of the Regional Officers along with the Officer Commanding and a Cadet from the Cranbourne Squadron attended the A family/Fun day at Boeing/Hawker de Havilland, Fishermen’s Bend as part of the Victoria Group recruiting program.

The day was an excellent success with a few of the Boeing employee bringing along their Model aircraft to display and fly inside the Main assembly area.
They also exhibited a Glider from one of the local clubs.

We are very pleased with the number of enquiries that we experienced on the day and it is hoped this will result in members for several of the Squadrons.

Balsa Glider Display

On Wednesday evening, 7th March the Berwick Boys Squadron had a visit from a very interesting gentleman, Mr Don Bladier. Don is the grandfather of one of the Cadets of Berwick Boy Squadron and has been making Balsa Models since the 1930s. He brought along some fantastic Gliders including Peanut Scale, Hanger Rat and micro Models, as well as some Radio controlled models to show the Cadets.

p3060009During the night after his talk with the Cadets he flew a few of the models in the hall to the delight of the Cadets.
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This was a great night for both Officers and Cadets alike.

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